How to interpret the rise of Labour under Jeremy Corbyn, fueled, as early indications suggest, by young voters finally turning out (where were you last year in the referendum???). Are these
the Remain voters finally standing up? Unlikely, as they should have voted Lib-Dem! Or is it rather that they see that Labour better understands the message that the 52% sent last year, expressing their social and economic frustrations with a vote against
the EU? Jeremy Corbyn promised a free lunch, with the tab being handed down to future generations – but it seems Labour better understands the underlying fears and hopes of many people outside the Westminster/Brussels bubble: for many voters,
it is primarily not about the European Court of Justice, Single Market or Customs Union, but about education, NHS, income and the future.